This month at Game Point, we are expanding in almost every way to serve you better! Each month, more and more people are coming to Game Point to have a great time playing games from our awesome game library. In August, we’re making a number of changes to make your Game Point experience even better – from hours to the menu to the games and more. Read on for all the details!
Best selling author Emily Giffin’s latest novel, All We Ever Wanted, is set right here in Nashville. In talking about her favorite things to do in Nashville, she identifies Bongo East and Game Point as a hidden gem. In fact, her characters meet up at Bongo in the story – do they get in a quick game of Lost Cities while they’re there?
Pretend you are in your own rom com adventure and come out to Game Point for some fun!
StyleBlueprint is a digital media company focused on connecting women to their communities. They recently recognized Game Point as a unique dining experience in Nashville — one of ten locations where your meal is paired with “something unexpected.” This is what they had to say:
Game Point has us rethinking game night! Bob Bernstein, founder of Bongo Java, and Rick Keuler, lover of board games, are behind this East Nashville cafe. With a large library of games, plus a menu of sandwiches, snacks and salads as well as coffee and beer, Game Point Café has everything you need for your next game night.
Read the rest of what they had to say and check out the other nine locations in: “10 Unique Dining Experiences in Nashville: When You’re Hungry for More Than a Meal“.
Photo Credit: StyleBlueprint.com
I know that’s a newspaper thing, but, still, we were on the news…
Over the weekend, the Game Point collection surged past 400 unique titles. Recently we have added some family classics like Ants in the Pants and Don’t Spill the Beans, several award winning strategy games like Kingdom Builder, the 2012 Game of the Year, fun new party games like Decrypto, and some hot new titles like Altiplano and Thanos Rising. With over 400 games, now more than ever there is truly something for every group and interest in the Game Point library. How many have you played?
Make plans to come in to Game Point soon, grab a cold beer hot coffee or tasty snack, and have a Game Coach help you find your new favorite game!
Coffee . . . Sabertooth tiger . . . Cucumber Sandwich . . . code is 4-3-1!
Ever wanted to be a code breaker listening in on secret transmissions from the enemy side? Now you can in the latest game in at Game Point, Decrypto! In Decrypto, the new game from publisher iello games, two teams square off and try to intercept each other’s secret code. Steal their signals twice and you win but fail to get your own team the secret message and you lose the game.
Decrypto can’t currently be purchased online – so you’ll want to come in to try and buy this great new title at Game Point.
This past weekend at Tennessee Game Days, our final four players faced off to be crowned the champ of the Game Point Catan National Championship Qualifier. The board was tight and the game was close with multiple players near victory up until the very end. When the dust settled, after three preliminary rounds, and a semifinal round, Justin Hornkohl (pictured far left) was the winner. He will go on to represent us at the Origins Game Fair this summer and hopefully bring home a national title. Good Luck Justin!
Tennessee Game Days is a three day gaming convention held annually in the greater Nashville area (it’s at the Franklin Marriott Cool Springs this year). Most of our game coaches are headed there this weekend for a little professional development. Game Point will be open for as usual, but just be aware that, while the games are ready for you, coaching will be a little lighter.
Tomorrow, Sunday, February 25th, Game Point will hold the semifinal matches for the our Catan National Championship Qualifier. After three rounds of preliminaries, we will be bringing back the top sixteen players to compete for a seat at the final game. If you played in the preliminaries, you can check the standings list to see if you made the semifinals. If you are just outside the top sixteen, you should come out tomorrow in case someone doesn’t make it. We will fill in from highest ranked person in attendance. Spectators welcome!
If you ever watched Toy Story and wished you could be one of the toys, then we have the game for you. In Stuffed Fables, you and up to three friends take on the role of stuffed animals trying to keep “their kid” safe from the things that go bump in the night. You work together to defeat the evil minions and have a daring adventure. All in around 90 minutes. We have Stuffed Fables on our “Just in Shelf” at Game Point now.